A Reason For Being
A poem like a story, a song, a yarn or a tale, or a communication or just a conversation has a reason for being. Thoughts come to mind that need to be, are itching to be, amplified.
The following poem, A Cry From Mid-Space, was written at a time in my life when those things I dreamed about doing were not going to happen. In a long life unrealized dreams are commonplace. Moving on in spite of desires being unfulfilled enables a person to dream anew. When we lose the capacity to dream the flames of hope flicker out as the path to fulfillment blurs until a new spark lights the way for dreams to reoccur.
What's the old adage ? "It's not the number of times you are knocked down, it is the number of times you get up, that counts."
Ronald C Downie